**How Many Tablespoons Are in 2/3 Cups?**

You must have had to measure your ingredients in tablespoons a thousand times. Sometimes when you would rather use a tablespoon than a cup, you must know the accurate conversion between them.

To begin with, there are 16 tablespoons in one cup. If you multiply 16 by 2/3 you will get the number of tablespoons in 2/3 cups.

16 * 2/3 = 10.67 that is 10 and 2/3 tablespoons

If you convert a tablespoon to a teaspoon, you will see that one tablespoon is equivalent to 3 teaspoons. This way, if you don’t want to depend on your eye, guess, you can just use 10 tablespoons and 2 teaspoons. 2/3 tablespoons is equal to 2 teaspoons.

Most of the time cups and tablespoons measure the volume of the ingredients rather than measuring the weight. This makes it simpler because weight can vary.

Let’s have a more visual presentation for this conversion.

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The basic conversion formula is 1 cup = 16 tablespoons. You can calculate any amount of cups in tablespoons with this equation.

For example, if you wish to calculate 1/6 cups in tablespoons, multiply it by 16.

1/6 cups = 16 * 1/6 tablespoons = 2.67 or 2 and 2/3 tablespoons

What do you do if you have to do the reverse? How can you convert tablespoons to cups? You have to divide the number by 16.

How many cups are there in 32 tablespoons?

32 tablespoons = 32/16 cups = 2 cups

Even if you don’t want the specific measurement of ingredients, you should know the conversion to guess the exact amount. These measurements can be confusing.

If you have to re-check the comparison between them, it gets frustrating because cooking takes a lot of patience. You get used to the conversion once you start cooking regularly. But knowing the conversion from the beginning can be helpful for newbies.